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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL VI NO. 43 Culled and Collected From Exchanges. MUCH MONEY, MANY MEN From the East En Route to the Evergreen State. LATEST STATE NEWS Pacific Coast Cable — Emigrants Still Coming In—That "Delin quent Subscriber"- Fake Min ing Towns —Montesano's Ex pansion Club—Timber I,ands Still on the Market—Numerous Business Changes. The Pacific Coast in general and the state of Washington in parti cular will be greatly benefitted if the Honolulu and Philippine cable line is ever built, which seems quite probable at present. With a cable connecting the Pacific Coast cities with the Orient such cities will at once become the United States government's gate ways of commerce. It is declared by the railroad authorities at St. Paul that not less than 20,000 settlers are now head ing for the state of Washington and other states of the North west in search of new homes. This number is said to be actually on the road and twice that number getting their little alls and ends toget...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year 2..00 Six Months ..1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Human dogs can not fight in Seattle any more. Alonzo Murphy's Spokane boat might have landed at Delegate Point had it not been weak in the Stern. Everett may be a business rival of Seattle, but like Tacoma's busi ness rivalry, Seattle does not know anything about it. If all persons legally hanged do not go straight to Heaven then the last thing the most of them do on this earth is to tell a lie. Seattle's "labor temple" seems to be an assured thing, but when completed what a lot of gobbling gods will be sitting therein. Mr. Suspicious Character has been much in evidence in the police court of this city this week He is now a ohaingang character Republica...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1900

V Political Pot-Pie. | Apparently John L. Wilson is not near so dead in Spokane county as many of his enemies would have the other part of the state believe. At a recent primary election held in that county the friends of John L. Wilson were successful beyond degree, in other words, his man Friday (Hopkins) was overwhelmingly endorsed as the delegate to the National con vention over Sam Sterns and "Mistah Moorphy," who had early announced that it was their inten tion to break down the Wilson strongholds. Now the Pie-maker is not particularly interested in the outcome of this fight, further than the enemies of Mr. Wilson seem to take much pleasure in parading the "Wilson is dead," allegation to the Pie-maker, as though he could help it. Now, if Hopkins of Spo kane wishes to subserve the inter est of his county and party to the best end, he will quietly have the convention select Hon. John L. Wilson as the delegate from that county that, at least one man may be sent East from this sta...

Publication Title: Seattle Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 30 March 1900

1 1 Ifocal and Personal, f Rent your bicycle of Spinning, 1206 Second avenue. Mr. A. P. Sawyer of the P.-I. has gone East to be absent until about the middle of May. No more prize fighting is to be permitted in Seattle, and the sheriff has already broken it up outside of the city in King county. ■ Rev. Mr. Viney and his wife are both well known here. He was at one time pastor of the A. M. E. church in this city, and his wife was then considered an ideal little lady. ; Alexander Wilson's store is fill ed with the finest lines of spring goods that it has ever yet had. You are invited to look over his stock. It costs you nothing to look. Mr. R. A. Clark has opened office rooms near the Olympic theatre with Miss Jones as clerk. He has slowly but surely built up a splendid package delivery busi ness. "The Rev. J. Allen Viney, presi dent of Wilberforce University, has made application for legal separation from his wife. She is now in New Orleans. He charges her with being a hindrance to h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1900

SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VI NO. 44 (OUEHJIIIB From University of Washington. DR. BECKDOLT LECTURES About Pennsylvania's Scotch-Irish Colony's Characteristics STATE PRESS COMMENT Washington State Boasts of Many Creameries and Cheese Fac tories — The Ben F,. Snipes Bank Concern is Finally Closed —Prospects for Fine Fruit Crop in the State Never Better. Last week Dr. Beckdolt enter tained the students at Assembly hall by a series of lectures on differ ent sections of Pennsylvania. The first two lectures were largely devoted to the physical features of that part of Pennsylvania occupied by the Scotch-Irish. Then Dr. Beckdoldt took up the people themselves and told in a pleasant conversion al way the manners and characteristics of those people Dr. Beckdoldt is a German to the core and he aroused the curiosities of the students, when, in the course of his remarks, he told of how he himself was related to the Scotch- Irish of Pennsylvania, but on ex plaining that, it was only through his wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 412 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate • SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year 9 m Six Months .... ,™ Three Months .7.7 .7.7.7.7.". ......'. .7.7 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. COMING NATIONAL EVENTS. Events of National importance to transpire in the near future are: may 2: The convening of the Twenty-third delegated general conference of the Methodist Epis copal Church of the United States at Chicago. The convening of the African Methodist Episcopal Church of the world at Columbus, Ohio. The convening of the Zion Afri can Methodist Episcopal Church of the world at Washington, D. C. June 19: The assembling of the National Republican convention of the United States at Philadelphia, JULY fourth: The assembling of the Democratic National con vention at Kansas City, Mo. same date: The assembling of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1900

* Political Pot-Pie. jr This week has been prolific of many stirring political events in the state, which have brought together many of the voters of the Northwest and this immediate community. The county Republi can convention of King lead in the procession of political events. It was expected to be a harmoni ous affair, but considerable feeling was worked up in it before it was over. While the agreement to send Messrs. Neufelder and Hughes to the National conven tion, so far as King was concern ed, was carried out, yet in select ing the delegates considerable bad faith on the part of the Humes people appeared on the surface. It was understood that the two candidates should each select 31 delegates and the committee would select the other one, but the dele gate slate was made up by the Humes people and Mr. Hughes given no say in the matter what ever, with but one or two excep tions. 3 3 3 Following the Republican county convention was the Bryan demonstration in three speeches in Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 6 April 1900

M.D. PEASE CO. NEW MILLINERY STORE Throws Its Doors Open to the Public, Displaying the Most Handsome Millinery Bazar Ever seen in Seattle. Its attractive and commodious quarters, where everything is artistically arranged, is worth your while to see. You are invited. i —______ j OUfV&AST6^ BOfifiKTS | Are of the Rarest Styles and Most Beautiful Colors NOW OPE|i AJID HEADY FOR BUSINESS 11<1 M. DTPEASE GO. >> SECOND AND UNIVERSITY I SEATTLE, WASH. l/ocal and Personal. Rent your bicycle of Spinning. 1206 Second avenue. Mr. John W. Gibson is tempo rarily out of business awaiting repairs. The following Afro-Americans were selected as alternates to the state convention: Dr. Samuel Burdett, W. P. Morris and D. W. Griffin, editor of the Bee. Rev. George H. Thomas, of Roslyn, was the only regularly elected delegate to the late state convention at Ellensburg from the Afro-American Washington family. Charley Edmonds, well known hereabouts, was dangerously in jured in the mines at R...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 April 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VI NO. 45 NEWSPAPERDOM IN WASHINGTON The Festive Country Newspaper Man Has His Say on Public Matters and Things in General —The Same Criticised and Commented Upon—The Prosperity of the Ever green State the Chief Topic Discussed. "A chain trust has been orga nized."—Seattle Review. Then that accounts for the Seattle "chain gang" wearing ropes in stead of chaines —the city is too poor to buy chaines for its evil doers. Here is an instance where the poor prisoner has a chain coming. From the Democratic papers it is seen that Mr. Bryan quotes freely from Lincoln's speeches made during his famous debate with Stephen A. Douglas. Mr. Bryan can quote all he wants from Lincoln while he is in the North, but he had better not take those speeches South with him or he will «ot gejLa Southern vote. He will be in a worse fix should he do bo than he was when accussed by the Southern Democrats of being banqueted in New York City and eating at a dinuer table at which ■ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 April 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year .'... 2..00 Six Months " ..1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postoffice at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Yokohoma consulship is open for politicians. Admiral George Dewey's presi dential boom died a-borning, and again the presidential hopes of the McLean family are strewn to the winds. Pharaphaualia for gambling pur poses took a sudden rise in Seattle last Saturday, owing to the fact that Judge Benson got a corner on the output. Suiciding is said to be rapidly on the increase in this country; so is Christianity and civilization, and it would thus appear that the three are working hand in hand. Eastern Democrats are determ . ined to head Bryan off from any probabilities of ever reaching the White House even if it takes the hero of Manila to do it wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 April 1900

| Political Pot-Pie. 1 Jt-Q^-^- —>?!-*—^- —-^—^" -;p— !s- —-y —■>£■ — &-- T-*>i The Democratic state central committee will convene in Spo kane tomorrow (Saturday) to de cide the time and place of holding the state convention to elect dele gates to the National convention, which will convene in Kansas City July 4th, to nominate William Jennings Bryan, to be defeated by William McKinley, the protection prince and expansion patriot. The Democratic party in this state is by no means a unit in its party actions, hence a bitter fight may be expected over the selection of delegates and national committee man. In King county a hot scrap is on between the Harties and God winites for party supremacy. The Review, which has heretofore fought the ambitions of Lee B. Hart, is now grooming him from A to Z as King county's Demo cratic leader, and Editor Church says he has no fears for his man. The Review is the only Democra tic paper in King county and it wields a powerful influence a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 13 April 1900

| Amusements. X i y J£^g£~^^!^i£, —,^p,—^^. —^—^, —,^, SEATTLE THEATER. Harry Corsen Clarke, who in a few years established himself thoroughly in the favor of West ern theatre-goers as one of the foremost comedians, has returned to Butte and he appeared at the Grand last night before an audi ence of old friends in his famous impersonation of the hymn book drummer in "What Happened to Jones." Few in the audience had not seen him before as Jones, yet he created as many and hearty laughs as when first seen in the popular role. Mr. Clarke's sup porting company is good, notable in the cast being Florence Weston, Mary Karr, Ida Banning, Willie Marks and Scot Seaton. "Jones" will be repeated to-night and it will be the last performance of the comedy in Butte, as the present is "Jones" farewell tour. Mr. Clarke will next season appear in a new comedy entitled "What Did Tomp kins Do?" which he has already been booked for at the Grand. He will ; open in it next August and the comedian declare...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VI NO. 46 LAN 11 Over Dewey's Presi dential Boom. DEBS DOUBLES THE DOSE By Threatening to Take the La bor Vote. KENTUCKY KONEI,S KIM, A State of War Continues in That Section Between the Democrats and Republicans—Puerto Rico Customs Bill Has Evoked Much Discussion, But Passed by Re publicans — Senator Morgan Has Political Enemies. ————— The appearance of Admiral George Dewey as a presidential candidate on th political horo scope has given the Bryanites more genuine worry than anything else that has happened since the Nebraska star first sprang into political prominence. iVot, in the opinion of the writer, to the effect that Dewey will be nominated by the Kansas City Democratic con vention, but that he will not lay down when he is not nominated by that convention, and will be a Gold Democratic candidate for the pre sidency, and thus destroy the hope of Mr. Bryan getting a single electoral vote from the East. Mr. Dewey would gather together all of the anti-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cay ton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year 2..00 Six Months 1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Webster Davis' Boer sensation soon lost its savor. Big Bill Morris has downed the Dolice force with the prosecuting attorney's office thrown in for good measure. General Otis is now homeward bound. He has fought a good fight, finished the war, practically speaking, and is deserving a good long rest. The Idaho Prohibitionists after all have finally hit upon the right way to get into office and it is none other than a woman Way nominated for governor. Grover Cleveland's letter of warning to the Democratic party did not fail to leave the impres sion with the public that William Jennings Bryan is a political trim mer and Cheap John chromic office seeker. Who...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1900

Political Pot-Pie. According to street rumor this week, the Argus will make its ap pearence to-morrow (Saturday) and declare that in the future it will be against Tom Humes, espe cially in his ambition for governor. It possibly will make no decision as to who it will support in lieu of Humes, but it will not support Humes. The Argus has been tickling Guie for the past month or such a matter, but since Guie is a man that does not do very much "digging up," it, in all probability, will not give him very much atten tion for governor. The real cause for the Argus leaving the Humes camp lies in the fact that, the Humes people are opposing the re-nomination of A. T. Van De Vanter for sheriff, and this is where the Argus boya live, politically speaking. The Humes-Piper-Schievely gang have finally succeeded in getting Sena tor John Wooding to enter the shrivealty contest, which means a fight to a finish between two men, who have heretofore been firm political friends. Then, again, it is sai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 20 April 1900

I i/ocal and Personal. | Mr. Booker Jones, a well known Newcastle miner, is in the hospital, having in some way been injured while in the performance of his duty at the mines. Mrs. F. F. Keeble accompanied by her daughter, Miss Ethel But ler, both of Tacoma, spent last Sunday and Monday in Seattle. Mrs. Keeble is much pleased with the go-ahead of Seattle, and she may induce her husband to sell out his business in Tacoma and look after his Seattle business al together. It seems a rather hard matter to establish a Baptist church in this city among the colored folk. It begins to look as if Rev. Prince will not be able to hold out much longer in his efforts in that direc tion, which is to be regretted, as he appears to be a very able and praiseworthy gentleman. Many efforts in that direction have failed in the past. Some men are too mean to pay the smallest debt they contract and then they wonder, why no one seems to have any respect for them. You do not have any re spect for yourself, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1900

The SEATTLE REPUBLICAN VOL. VI NO. 47 EIIJQif On the Washington State Country Press. MANY THINGS WELL SAID By Those Who Build Up Our Industries. HORDES HUNTING HOMES In the Fields and Forests of the Evergreen State — Turner on Woman Suffrage Snohomish's Bike Path—Opening Colville Reservation —Buckley Mill to Reopen—Skagit County Fair — Columbia River Open to the Sea. The Puyallup Chronicle says that Carey L. Stewart will certainly be the Republican nominee for state senator from the 19th district, as all opposition to him has been drawn off b} r contending factions. Wanted—The missing link be tween wheat and silver. A liberal reward givea to any one wh;- will produce it, dead or alive. Address the Bureau of Curios, Lincoln. Ne braska—Sultan Journal. The discovery of gold near Ta coma proved no discovery at all. The same old story, everything that Ta coma takes hold of pans out in an unsatisfactory manner. Wake up, you sleepy beings, and see the w rorld nn.ve. Yakima papers report th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1900

The Seattle Republican Telephone, Main 305, The Republican Pub. Co., Publishers OFFICE 612 THIRD AVENUE H. R. Cayton, Editor Susie Revels Cayton, Associate SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On Year 2..00 Six Months ....1.00 Three Months 60c Advertising rates Furnished upon application Entered at the Postofflce at Seattle as Second Class Mail Matter. Africa's Bulls and Boers continue to pump hot lead into each other with no apparent signs or evi dences of cessation or discontinu ance Big five-figure realty deals in Se attle are almost of daily occurrence in these times of MeKinley prosper ity. Let it be understood that Seat tle dirt does not even take a back seat for Nome's sands when it comes to real valuablenes*. New York's Democracy is said to be infavor of Bryan for president. That perhaps is true of all of those New York Democrats who do not favor some one else for president; and more of them, we suspect, favor the some one else candidate than do Bryan. Editor Mays of the Pomeroy In dependent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1900

| Political Pot-Pie, jr A political revolution in King county among the Republicans is imminent from the look of things at present. The Pie-maker heard a number of prominent politicians talking on the streets this week, and they freely admitted that they had all the Piperdom that they wanted, and proposed to stand. "The politi cal fight of Ankeny and Wilson must be eliminated from King county pol itics, and that brace of Ankeny strikers, who are evidently using his money to continue corrupting 4 the political affairs in King county to its detriment, must and will be sat down upon like a ton of bricks. The old line Republicans in King county are quite able to think and act for their own best interest without their aid, and if their aid continues to keep up the political disturbance that it has for the past two years, then the sooner their aid is dispensed with the better for King county. We need no more political bosses, and we will not have them." nan Speaking about political bosses...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Seattle Republican. — 27 April 1900

1 i/ocal and Personal. [ JF~^ ■&— -T>~<s^ — &~~^- -^ --$. —^ —5-" -&-*+ Mr. L. C. Oopeland, of Tacoma, was in the Queen City a short while one day this week. John Bronson, who formerly lived in Newcastle, was in the city on his way home to Granite Falls last Sat urday and stopped over for a few hours. Rev. Manny, who some years ago had charge of the Baptist church in this city, and who left and went to Mexico, where he seems to have done well financially, has returned and purchased himself a home in Seattle and will settle down for good. During the present year quite a number of the Afro-Americans of this city have purchased themselves comfortable homes. The .most of them are earning good money at their.avocations, and there is no rea son why they should not buy homes instead of "have a good time." Mrs. Sykes and Mrs. Boy will at tend the W. C. T. U. county conven tion, which is to be held in Kent next Tuesday. These ladies will be dele gates from the Francis Harpe...

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